Entry & VISA - Move to Belgrade
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Entry & VISA

Entry and types of Serbian VISA
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If you’re considering visiting or moving to Belgrade, it is crucial to determine for how long do you want to stay and what are the reasons for your visit because, depending on the country you come from and the activities you might want to undertake (such as business activities, working, studying or other) you might need to obtain VISA, even for a short stay.

There are many tools for finding out the exact visa regime applicable for you, before you embark on your Serbian adventure. We are here to direct you to a trustworthy source of information and help you in case you find something ambiguous.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has a comprehensive website with official updated information regarding visa regime, general requirements as well as a list of Embassies, Consulates and Diplomatic Missions around the world.


In particular, if you are considering moving to Serbia, it’s worthwhile contacting the nearest Serbian representative in your country for guidance and double check on how to start preparing paperwork and get a clear idea of what will you need during the process. You will definitely need a few weeks of research about our country and feel more prepared before the big move.



Once you’re in Serbia, you should locate where is your own Embassy or Consulate in case you need any assistance whilst you’re here. Below is the official and regularly updated list published by the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which also includes information for International Organizations and their offices:



The information covered in this section are divided according to the nature and the length of your stay:



IMPORTANT: Regardless on the applicable visa regime, upon arrival in Serbia, every foreigner must be registered in the local Police station within 24 hours. This informs the local authority of your official address in the country.